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Manitoba snow maze pushing for world record officially open

Inside view of Manitoba snow maze targeting world record
WATCH: A labyrinth of snow big enough to beat a world record has been built south of Winnipeg, on fields that in the fall are home to a corn maze. This GoPro view is just a portion of the maze, which opened Saturday.

A snow maze south of Winnipeg hoping to break a Guinness World Record is now open to the public.

“We didn’t do any advertising because we actually had no idea when we would be done,” says the maze’s owner, Clint Masse.

It’s a corn maze in the summer, and for the first time ever, a snow maze in the winter.

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“Everything really looks the same, in the corn maze you’re kind of able to cut corners and walk through the corn on the unbeaten path,” says one maze participant.

Snow maze employees putting some final touches on the walls.
Snow maze employees putting some final touches on the walls. Michael Draven / Global News

Staff at A Maze In Corn are thrilled to finally share their creation with Manitobans after weeks of unstable weather.

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WATCH: Manitoba snow maze on track to break world record

Manitoba snow maze on track to break world record
Manitoba snow maze on track to break world record

“We got done on January 5th and Manitobans saluted us well by showing up and supported amazing corn once again,” says Masse.

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It’s expected to be more challenging than their annual corn maze.

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It can take 45 minutes to an hour from start to finish.

“It’s busier than I thought it would be but that’s us Winnipeggers, coming out in the cold and enjoying the snow,” another participant said.

The walls were built with wood frames and packed with snow. They stand six-and-a-half feet tall.

The current record is held by the Fort William Historical Park in Thunder Bay, Ont..